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Software Sites Collection
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A collection of dumped ROM chips relevant to earlier Macintosh-branded computers, for use in research, emulation and recovery for older systems. Contents: ECBBC41C - Mac LCIII.ROM ECD99DC0 - Color Classic.ROM ECFA989B - Powerbook 210,230,250.ROM EDE66CBD - Color Classic II & LC 550 & Performa 275,550,560 & Macintosh TV.ROM F1A6F343 - Centris 610,650.ROM F1ACAD13 - Quadra 610,650,maybe 800.ROM FDA22562 - Powerbook 150.ROM FF7439EE - Quadra 605.ROM 2BEF21B7 - Bandai Pippin (Kinka...
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Topic: Apple
The Festival Floppies
by David H. Ransom, Jr.
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From the Festival Floppies collection. JPLCLOCK is a clock and event timer program written especially for use in the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Multimission Computer Control Center (MCCC) in Pasadena, California. JPLCLOCK provides mission controllers in the MCCC with current JPL time (Pacific Standard or Daylight Time), UTC (Coordinated Universal Time), and DSN (Deep Space Tracking Network) times as well as up to 60 selected mission or event timers. A text presentation mode allows the...
Topics: jplclock, program, clock, time, dos, mission, timer, center, multimission, timeset, program...
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
by Interplay Productions, Inc.
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Published by Interplay Productions, Inc. Developed by Interplay Productions, Inc. Released 1989 Also For Amiga, Apple II, Apple IIgs, Commodore 64 Genre Adventure Perspective 3rd-Person Perspective Theme Cyberpunk / Dark Sci-Fi Misc Licensed Title Description Based on the cyberpunk novel by William Gibson. In a grimy future, you play Case, a cyberspace cowboy who finds himself broke in Chiba City. Find yourself a laptop and the right software for it so you can hack into databases around the...
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Software Library: MS-DOS Games
by Maxis Software Inc.
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Published by Bro/derbund Software, Inc. Developed by Maxis Software Inc. Released 1989 Also For Acorn 32-bit, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, BBC Micro, CDTV, Commodore 64, Electron, FM Towns, Macintosh, OS/2, Palm OS, PC-98, Sharp X68000, SNES, Symbian, Wii, Windows, Windows 3.x, ZX Spectrum Genre Simulation Perspective Top-Down Theme Managerial Description SimCity sets you as the mayor of a new municipality, with the responsibility of building and maintaining a place where citizens can move to...
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Historical Software Collection
by The "Hingham Institute"
software
eye 24,868
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This is a rather unusual machine, and the commands to use it are non-intuitive. Press the LEFT CONTROL key AND the ENTER key at the same time to load the Spacewar! tape. The machine will blink many lights and the game will come up on the "screen" portion of the emulator in the upper left corner. There are two ships, the "wedge" and the needle. Two players are required to play. To control the "Wedge" ship, use the A and S keys to turn, the D key to thrust, and the F...
Topics: Spacewar, PDP, Video Games
Historical Software Collection
software
eye 784,656
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Microchess, by Peter R. Jennings, was originally a microcomputer chess program for the MOS Technology KIM-1 microcomputer, first released on December 18, 1976. Microchess, as small as it was in terms of program size, could still play passable chess on the KIM-1 with its 6502 microprocessor, 1 kilobyte of memory, simple hex keyboard, and seven-segment display. Selling it at a price of $10 US dollars, Jennings refused to sell the rights of the program to Chuck Peddle (president of MOS Technology)...
Topic: 07
Historical Software Collection
by Activision
software
eye 896,457
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Pitfall! is a video game released by Activision for the Atari 2600 in 1982. It is the second best-selling game made for the Atari 2600 (after Pac-Man), with over 4 million copies sold. The player must maneuver a character (Pitfall Harry) through a maze-like jungle in an attempt to recover 32 treasures in a 20-minute time period. Along the way, he must negotiate numerous hazards, including pits, quicksand, rolling logs, fire, rattlesnakes, scorpions, and crocodiles. Harry may jump over or...
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Topics: Activision, David Crane, Pitfall
Historical Software Collection
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eye 913,464
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VisiCalc was the first spreadsheet computer program, originally released for the Apple II. It is often considered the application that turned the microcomputer from a hobby for computer enthusiasts into a serious business tool. VisiCalc sold over 700,000 copies in six years. Conceived by Dan Bricklin, refined by Bob Frankston, developed by their company Software Arts, and distributed by Personal Software in 1979 (later named VisiCorp) for the Apple II computer, it propelled the Apple from being...
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Topics: Visicalc, Spreadsheet, Apple II, Dan Bricklin